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ICANN's globalization creates peril and promise

At the end of this month, the US government will finally give up “control” of the internet.

In a quiet blogpost, Larry Strickling, the US government’s assistant secretary for communications and information announced that he had “ 508 more words


On the EU's net neutrality law

Understatement of the day, month, year, decade: net neutrality is a controversial issue.

As U.K. tech minister, I was involved in the issue for the six years I held the post. 457 more words


A Library Digression

With all of the debate about the future of libraries going on after huge service cuts in Britain, (though Ed Vaizey says it’s not as bad as we think it is!) I have been casting my mind back to my own experiences of public libraries. 867 more words

Loose Leaves

World Heritage UK response to Culture White Paper

World Heritage UK response to Culture White Paper

Dear members and supporters

In response to the Culture White Paper published last month, World Heritage UK have put together a letter to Ed Vaizey MP, the Minister for Culture and the Digital Economy.  194 more words


Why London businesses should get secure online

Ed Vaizey MP, Minister for Digital Economy, wants security to be an enabler, and one which can bring competitive advantage. The UK has wholeheartedly embraced Internet technology. 844 more words